Twelve years ago, Jameson Parish spent a summer at her best friend Dancie Duvall's estate of Blue Chimneys. At first, it was all Jameson hoped for, including a passionate romance with Callen Marsh, the local bachelor that every woman seemed to have in her sights.
When Dancie died in a suspicious fall off a footbridge, Callen was suddenly nowhere to be found, and Jameson left for college amid rumors linking her to Dancie's death. Now she returns to Blue Chimneys, hoping to clear her name and put her lingering feelings for Callen to rest.
Callen, handsomer, wealthier, and more seductive than ever, falls in love with Jameson all over again. But, hungry to rekindle what they once had, he hides one devastating truth. Soon, sparks fly between them, igniting old passions and lighting the fuse that will send long-buried secrets and lies raining down like fireworks on them all.
I enjoyed listening to The Maid's Secret. The narrator did a great job. I love trying to figure out who done it. The story itself had twists and turns that kept me turning pages until the very end. I thought I had it figured out a couple of times, but nope. I highly recommend this audio book.
The author wove the story with riveting description and detail. Beautifully written and fun to listen to!
Couldn’t put this one down! Jamison and her need to find closure, tied to a burning sense of compassion for justice, quickly embroils into a romance of wits and time. Nobel and Callan give her a fun for her money, in this twisted tale. Write does a great job with suspense as well as romance. Reader was great, too.